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  • Well if you have your timezone set correctly it should work including when the time changes for summertime soon. You can make sure that you are using the corect time by setting the -l parameter for local time and the -u parameter for universal time. To use your example: Source Code (1 line)

  • Re: backup to external storage

    jensk - - General

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    I have build a complete backup nas with OMV. file.php It is an old VIA C7 0.8Ghz with 1G ram and a 100Mb ethernet. It it used to be an old low power dekstop thing. I stripped it open and installed two 1Tb disks. The reason i chosed a rsyncing backup nas was the ease of using rsync from the backup nas to pull files of the productions nas. After the backup just power down and bring off site.

  • Re: backup to external storage

    jensk - - General

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    I use rsync for making backups. I have made a small OMV-backup nas from a VIA C7 mobo and two 1tb disks. This backup nas is configures to pull files of the production nas via rsync. I normally take backup nas home the last working day of the month. Turn it on in the evening. It does it's job of rsyncing with production nas. Next morning it is finished and i turn backup nas off again. I take it with me to work to keep it offsite.

  • On second look it seems like your machine is in the proces of booting in the log entries from 2.03.38 and on. So it might have been shutdown but the -s parameter wasn't passed along correctly so it boots emediately after. Still try to enter the rtcwake command ind the os crontab to se if rtcwake works there

  • For those os specific jobs i use cron from the root account login Login via console/ssh to a root account Source Code (1 line) Insert your command Source Code (1 line) then deactivate the cronjob that you have entered in the OMV gui Try this and wait until tomorrow to se if it has been sleeping during night time

  • Re: School Server

    jensk - - My NAS Build

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    It seems like in the long run renewables are cheaper than nuclear. The Sweedes are about to decommision their oldest nuclear plants and now the costs for the decommision are beginning to show - and they are huge - very huge exspecially if you count in the storage of nuclear waste for many centuries. The same is the case with the tender for a new nuclear plant in UK. The subsidy from the government for this nuclear plant is way above government subsidies to other forms of energi not counting burn…

  • Re: I take it a drive died

    jensk - - General

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    Are you sure the drive died? Have you tried to change power and data cables as well as cahnge port on the controller to rule out the root cause of the error. You can identify the faulty disk by looking up the active drive serial numbers under Storage - Phyical Disks. You can compare these serial number with the serial numbers on the labels on each disk. The disk with a serial number that is not registered under Storage - Physical Disks is the one not connected. I say connected because until you …

  • I have had my Fit-pc2 turning on and of at specific times using rtcwake under ubuntu 12.04. You have the syntax right with Source Code (1 line) I can't remember precisely how i did this but i know that one thing you have et set is that the bios is NOT set to use ACPI wake. I think the best thing to do is to reset bios to be sure old configuration errors in the bios isn't blocking rtcwake. Next thing is be sure you do this as root or with "sudo" You can test wheter the rtcwake command is setting …

  • Re: Standby problem

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    To my knowledge you can't power/spin down USB harrdrives that are mounted in linux. If you wan't to spin down a usb harddrive under linux you will have to unmount it first. Or you can use the sg3-utils package for this. It can do to external drives what hdparm cannot. Source Code (1 line) issue: Source Code (1 line) like Source Code (1 line) The --pc=3 parameter sets the disk in standby mode which the system should be able to wake the disk from when accessing it. To get the system to set the dis…

  • To se the actual mount options of nfs drives you should use the command: Source Code (1 line)

  • Re: Standby problem

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    As far as i know there should be no issue in OMV that should prevent your drives from starting up. Your error could be because the bios/controller on your mobo haven't implementet the power up from sleep commands in the disk protocol. Another issue could be if you have old hdparm settings stored on the disks - In a console try hdparm -I <drive> like: Source Code (1 line) The last issue should be if your disks doesn't support power management. Hdparm -I should list all the drive parameters. The c…

  • It is faily straight forward mounting OMV NFS shares under Ubuntu. First you need to have the NFS client parts installed on your Ubuntu desktop: Source Code (1 line) After this you should be able to mount NFS shares from your OMV box by mounting them in fstab. When sharing NFS from your OMV box use the parameters: Source Code (1 line) where anonuid and anongid is the id of the user and group that should own the files On the Ubuntu desktop edit /etc/fstab: Source Code (1 line) insert the NFS moun…

  • I have been using ubuntu for years with nautilus to access smb shares. It works out-of-the-box if you are clicking network in the left menu. If you want permanent connection to shares I suggest setting up nfs shares and connecting to them in fstab. By using nfs you can maximize the throughput and minimize protocol overhead compared to smb.

  • Re: Slow Hard Drive

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    The two drives are set up differently /dev/sde has MultSect=off and *udma6 /dev/sdb has MultSect=16 and *udma5 You can use hdparm to set these parameters alike for the two drives. In the console can type Source Code (1 line) and Source Code (1 line) This will set the same parameters for the /dev/sdb and the /dev/sde drives If you want to make these settings persistent across boot you can put the commands into the end of the /etc/rc.local file right before the "exit 0" command hdparm parameters: …

  • I would recommend kernel 3.2 or newer before using the system under KVM - both for the guest and for the host. I use kernel 3.2.4 for my host which is very stable. Have you upgraded to a newer kernel on your host - like the raring og saucy kernel. This might help you getting the newest drivers for your network/mobo wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack There is a collections of howto and guides regarding many issues in Squeeze/OMV here forums.openmediavault.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1289 The g…

  • Hi Torsten Even though your stability prblems seem to be gone I think that you should tune your VM instalation to get the most stable installation. I have had my KVM based VMs Debian Wheezy and Ubuntu 12.04.2 running without a hickup for more than 6 months on my small AMD eE350 MB that is also running OMV. Primarily I suggest that you use the device model: virtio for networking in stead of e1000 If you haven't then tune your elevator model for virtualisation in the guest VM by editing /etc/defau…

  • Re: Without RAID (noob asking)

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    If you wan't to install OMV and have data on just one disk you need to follow this guide: forums.openmediavault.org/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=727#p4162

  • Re: OWNCLOUD security concern

    jensk - - Plugins

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    To secure my OwnCloud &OMV while giving external users access to OC i have installed OC on a virtual machine runnning on my OMV box. The OC virtual machine has it's own IP through a bridget interface on the OMV host. The OC servers Ip address is portforward in my router. No portforwarding of the OMV ip address I have used my KVM howto to install OC as a VM: forums.openmediavault.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=2417 The VM is an ordinary Wheeezy headless server with OC and iRedMail To further enhance i …

  • I have installed teamspeak 3 in /opt/teamspeak3. I edited the /etc/init.d/teamspeak script to: Source Code (27 lines) Edit <my teamspeak user> to whatever username you have created to run teamspeak under. Remember the user needs to have rw rights to /opt/teamspeak3 After a Source Code (1 line) everything is working. The error about the teamspeak process that seems to be running when the status parameter is issued is because the first instance of ts3 after install doesn't get stopped but keeps ru…

  • I have done several different tests on my RPi's and Cubieboards. The latest long term test on my Cubieboard was ahving it running Cubian a Wheezy with iRedMail mailserver installed. It booted from the internal Nand and used a ssd as systemdrive. After 4 months of continuous uptime i took it down because i needed the SSD for an other projekt. My conclusion is that if you setup such small arm units up and use the nand and an external disk you can have very stable system and power efficient. At ful…